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Tickled Pink

Our amazing colleague Marian who works at our Ayr store has been doing lots of fundraising for Tickled Pink.

Marian Jardine

Trading law colleague Marian Jardine has been working at Asda for 29 years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2010 and is always taking part in fundraising for Tickled Pink.

Community Champion Karen Fulton said: “If the store does any fundraising for Tickled Pink Marian is the first there cooking or donating to tombolas even helping to run them.”

Marian said: "I always try to give my support to Ticked Pink activities when I can from cake sales to fancy dress. I help out with donations and help to arrange the fundraising events.

“I really enjoy fundraising for Tickled Pink. I like supporting Karen and helping when I can.”

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Posted in Tickled Pink on 26 April 2016
Tickled Pink

Tickled Pink has been raising money for Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now for the last 19 years and has raised £48 million so far. This year Tickled Pink aims to raise another £5 million to continue supporting the amazing work of the two charities – Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.

Tickled Pink

This year, we are encouraging everyone to lend a hand for Tickled Pink. It is easy to get involved either by making a donation online or by purchasing a Tickled Pink product in store (available throughout September and October). Or why not offer a further helping hand and hold your own fundraising event to raise money for this amazing cause? However you choose to support Tickled Pink, we would like to thank you – we couldn’t do it without you and your generosity is helping us make a difference to thousands of people affected by breast cancer.

Posted in Tickled Pink on 22 January 2016
Green Room News

Well done to our fantastic colleague Rachel Jenkins who shaved off her hair in our Blyth store to raise money for Tickled Pink.

Rachel Jenkins

A crowd of customers and colleagues came to clap and cheer her on.

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Posted in Green Room News on 16 November 2015
Community Life blog

Boston Community Life Champion Stephen Bromby shares some of his highlights from this year’s Tickled Pink campaign

As we enter November, it’s time for Asda Community Life Champions across the UK to reflect on the amazing fundraising events they have co-ordinated to help raise awareness and money for Tickled Pink.

Wearing pink at work for Tickled Pink

This is the 19th year that our Tickled Pink charity has been raising money to support Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now (which was created when Breast Cancer Campaign merged with Breakthrough Breast Cancer) and it has raised £44 million to-date.

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Posted in Community Life blog on 11 November 2015
News & Blogs

Colleagues in Asda stores across the UK are busy fundraising for Tickled Pink.

Tickled Pink fundraisers

They’ve been holding a range of fundraising activities and sponsored events in store to raise money for the two breast cancer charities we support, as well as inspiring customers to get involved.

All the money raised is split equally between Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now. With your help we’ve raised more than £44 million so far since the Tickled Pink campaign started 19 years ago.

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Posted in News & Blogs on 14 October 2015